UPDATE: Suspect In Dairy Shooting Remains At Large


By Paul Johnson
By Alexa Tieu

UPDATE (5:00 PM) - Police have released the name of the man wanted in connection with a Friday morning shooting at a dairy.

Police say former dairy employee Austreberto Ibarra-Zavala got into an argument with a male employee.

Zavala grabbed the arm of the man and pulled him out of the barn.

The victim was able to break away. That's when Zavala fired two rounds, missing the man.

If you have any information on Zavala's whereabouts, you're asked to contact SIRCOMM at (208) 735-1911.

Buhl, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) - Twin Falls Deputies were called to a dairy at 1300 East and 4000 North, following the report of gun shots fired and a fight early this morning. According to reports there were one or two shooters but no one was hit by the gunfire. Lori Stewart with the Twin Falls County Sheriff said that when deputies arrived at 1:09 am people began running into nearby buildings including a home. Police from Buhl, and the Idaho State Police assisted the Twin Falls County Sheriff Deputies in securing the area. Two people have been detained but authorities are not saying if those two were suspects in the shooting. Authorities remain on the scene at this time as they continue their investigation. Names of the individuals involved have not been released.

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